Blatch

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'''Blatch''' was published by artist Jim Blanchard out of Oklahoma during the 1980s. The zine included a mix of illustrations and graphic artwork from underground artists XNO, Sloane, Vince Ransid, D. Worden, Jymm, Blanchard, Kegel and more, coupled with photos, band interviews and reviews. The zine walked the line between [[punk]] [[zine]] and art zine. Bands interviewed in issues of Blatch included Die Kreuzen, Black Flag, the Butthole Surfers and Charlie Harper from the UK Subs.  
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'''Blatch''' was published by artist [[Jim Blanchard]] out of Oklahoma during the 1980s. The zine included a mix of illustrations and graphic artwork from underground artists XNO, Sloane, Vince Ransid, D. Worden, Jymm, Blanchard, Kegel and more, coupled with photos, band interviews and reviews. The zine walked the line between [[punk]] [[zine]] and art zine. Bands interviewed in issues of Blatch included Die Kreuzen, Black Flag, the Butthole Surfers and Charlie Harper from the UK Subs.  
Today Blanchard lives in Seattle, WA and is an accomplished poster and pop artist.
Today Blanchard lives in Seattle, WA and is an accomplished poster and pop artist.

Revision as of 19:03, 8 March 2007

Blatch Issue #14
Blatch Issue #14

Blatch was published by artist Jim Blanchard out of Oklahoma during the 1980s. The zine included a mix of illustrations and graphic artwork from underground artists XNO, Sloane, Vince Ransid, D. Worden, Jymm, Blanchard, Kegel and more, coupled with photos, band interviews and reviews. The zine walked the line between punk zine and art zine. Bands interviewed in issues of Blatch included Die Kreuzen, Black Flag, the Butthole Surfers and Charlie Harper from the UK Subs.

Today Blanchard lives in Seattle, WA and is an accomplished poster and pop artist.

External Links

Blatch interview with Butthole Surfers

Jim Blanchard's website

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